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This is how I like to begin my walkabouts, catching a good shot almost right away. It seems to set the tone for the day. In this case I had just parked and turned the corner when I noticed this … Continue reading
I’ve photographed this building on many occasions and from many different angles. I like this one because the light was awesome at the time. It’s actually bouncing off the building across the street and acting like a huge reflector, illuminating … Continue reading
I remember taking this one last October and the guy was fine with it but his girlfriend got really pissy with me. “Do you mind not taking photos of my dog,” she said. Then, “What do you plan to do … Continue reading
For kicks and giggles I thought I’d see if anyone wants to take a stab at giving this photo a title or perhaps a caption. I really can’t think of one for it.
When I saw the way the light was just dancing on the roadway I knew there was a shot to be had here. I waited a while before I had no cars and people crossing the street. Took some waiting, … Continue reading
I snapped this one outside of the Starbucks at Yonge & College last weekend. I was crossing the street and noticed the two dudes in the window. I shot it from a distance, which was only possible because of my … Continue reading